In light of Greg Emmer's early retirement from Disney and the recent update from Al Lutz regarding the circumstances surrounding his departure, it seems that Jay Rasulo is primarily at fault due to his implementation of a needlessly convoluted management hierarchy permeating the "Disney Parks" (with less emphasis on the international parks only partly owned by the Mouse). Mr. Emmer's departure as head of day-to-day operations at the DLR will prove to be one of the few tactile results of Rasulo's policies that will actually be noticed by paying guests. Clearly Rasulo needs to be shown the door and sent to the Gap, CNBC, or some other corporation looking for washed-out Disney execs. I just read the book "DisneyWar" on the rise and fall of Michael Eisner (and the rise of Bob Iger) and I admit I've become punchier when it comes to faltering Disney execs. The people trying to help the parks like Bob Iger, John Lasseter, and Tony Baxter deserve much better. While I don't pretend to have a shred of influence over the removal of Rasulo, how would you go about showing your dissatisfaction with his "Disney Parks" conglomerate and also how would you do a better job than he has done?